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This screen is optional - This screen is not required to perform the payroll procedure. If your company has only one physical location, or if you do not wish to use the Locations feature, you can skip this screen.
If your company has more than one physical location, you can use this screen to define its information. Location details can be used to group employees for administrative and reporting purposes. For example, if you have two locations entitled "Main Branch" and "Downtown Branch", you can use the Reports screen to generate various documents that report on each specific location. Location information is also used in eNETEmployer's HR service when you want to apply Human Resource features to your business.
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Visit the Button Descriptions help page to view detailed descriptions of each button that appears on your screen (whether in the Button Bar at the top of the table, or in the table itself). Note: If a button is unavailable (i.e. its text appears in Gray), either the command is not applicable to the current screen, or its function has already been applied (e.g. you clicked the New button for an item that can only be added one time).
The following section of this help page describes the various columns that can appear in the main table on this screen. If you see a column description below that does not appear on your screen, you can add the column to your view by using the Customize option under the Views button (located at the left side of the screen just above the table). Refer to the Customize View help page for more help on this feature.
Use this cell to enter the physical address for the location. The address can be entered as one entity (e.g. Suite 3, 698 South Street) or you can use the Address 2 column (see below) to separate the suite or apartment number for more clarity.
Use this cell to enter supplementary address information for the location. This is commonly used to enter a suite or apartment number.
Use this cell to enter the city in which the location is physically based. This is typically the city shown on the location's mailing address, for CRA mailings and documentation purposes.
Use this cell to enter the country in which the location is physically based. This is typically the country shown on the location's mailing address, for CRA mailings and documentation purposes.
Use this cell to enter a detailed description of the location.
Use this cell to specify the location's Postal Code, based on their mailing address. The required format is two groups of three characters each, starting with a letter and alternating with a number (e.g. R2R 2R2). Note: The employee's Country setting must be set to Canada in order to use this setting.
Use this cell to enter the province in which the location is physically based. This is typically the province shown on their mailing address, for CRA mailings and documentation purposes.
Use this cell to specify the location's telephone number. The format of the telephone number is "+Country Code (Area Code) Phone Number +Extension". For example, if ABC Company resides in Winnipeg, MB and their phone number includes an extension of 300, you would enter: 1 204 555-5555 +300.
Use this cell to enter the location's Trade Name - a name or designation that will identify the location and distinguish the business from others in the same field. The name shown here will appear on various screens and reports throughout the program.
Use this cell to specify the location's Zip Code, based on their U.S. mailing address. The required format is one group of five numerical characters (e.g. 90210). Note: The employee's Country setting must be set to United States in order to use this setting.